We speak with some of Australia's most captivating entertainers, comedians and personalities and ask, how do you calm ya farm?
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Jamila Rizvi visited Dr Google in 2017 and ended up in crap-tastic times.
Jamila Rizvi’s most recent books are "Untold Resilience: Stories of Courage, Survival and Love", a collection of stories about older Australian women and "I’m a Hero Too", a book for children.
Learn more about Jamila via her website here.
Andy Saunders is dead set Meshel Laurie’s favourite comedian. He’s always been reliable for big laughs and great advice during crap-tastic times, but where does he get his inspo from?
Jane Caro is a forthright feminist speaker and author who loves to share her opinion on any topic. It’s hard to believe she lived in existential fear until she peered over the precipice of ultimate loss, but it set her up with a unique take on crap-tastic times.
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Good thanks. Effie Stefanidis has been at the forefront of Australian culture for over 30 years, not to mention Australian hairdressing. If you think she doesn’t have some valuable insights into overcoming crap-tastic times, you need to take a set at the basin and listen up.
Jabba lost his mind after being locked in a glass box with Regurgitator for television purposes in 2004. He now reviews movies on Sunrise. He knows a bit about pulling it back together after crap-tastic times.
Christian Hull’s comedy videos have had over 600 million views across Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Tiktok. Laughter and self-acceptance are his weapons against crap-tastic times..
Jess Eva worked in regional radio for 15 years being told she wasn’t good enough for the big jobs. Now she’s got the biggest radio job in the country - Triple M Breakfast in Sydney with Lawrence “the Moonman” Mooney. It’s brought on some crap-tastic times in her own mind, but she’s found some interesting strategies.
Yvie jones returns!
Yvie Jones is back with more of her beautiful brand of wisdom for coping with crap-tastic times. This time, she’s taking on Menopause with all the honestly, hilarity and excellent advice you’d expect, from Yvie Jones.
One of Australia’s most diverse, respected and prolific writer/ composer/ performers, now living in New York, Eddie Perfect, gives us these lessons on living through the 'new normal'.
Too Peas in a Podcast started as an outlet for Kate Jones and her friend Mandy Hose to get together and chat to each other about their neurodiverse kids. Thanks to their wit and charm, it’s attracted a massive audience of listeners from all walks of life. So how does Kate lead her family to calmer farms through crap-tastic times?
dr susan carland
Could religion be helpful in calming ya farm? Dr Susan Carland is a social scientist, an academic and a UNICEF ambassador. She’s the author of “Fighting Hislam, Women, Faith and Sexism” and the host of the SBS quiz show “Child Genius”. She’s also one of Australia’s most visible Muslims, possibly because she converted to Islam having been raised Christian in suburban Melbourne.
Annette & Stuart Baker
This episode is a lesson about what some people in our community need from the rest of us when trying to survive crap-tastic times.
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Fans of Yorkshire’s favourite morning radio show, “Hirsty’s Daily Dose” were shocked discover the host mysteriously MIA one morning in 2014. Six weeks later they discovered their favourite radio funny man was now a funny lady. Stephanie Hirst talks about the massive step she took to Calm her Farm.
Jamie Pultz is the creator of true crime podcasts “Beenham Valley Road” and “Who Killed Leanne Holland”. He’s a former copper who still spends his days investigating crime only now he has to deal with internet trolls too. So what has it all taught him about calming his farm?
Alain de Botton
British philosopher Alain de Botton has written on many topics but returns often to love, arguably our greatest challenge. He says that “romance” is an 18th Century fabrication and we’re raised on a diet of fantasy that condemns us to disappointment, but he does have some advice for surviving crap-tastic relationship times?
Yvie Jones became your favourite goggleboxer and contestant on “I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here”. Yvie has spoken out publicly about her mental health many times. So how does she keep in check?ow does she keep in check
Urzila Carlson is one of Australia's favourite people and possibly the only woman who could replace Lindsay Lohan. You know she is going to have good advice for crap-tastic times.